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  • The development of radiovascular mortality in selected European countries
  • Age group ; Cause of death ; Demography ; Europe ; Indicator ; Mortality
  • The article compares the level and the development of cardiovascular mortality in selected european countries from 1968 to 2006. The development of cardiovascular mortality is viewed in connection with the changes of the overall mortality, mortality
  • by other groups of causes of death, as well as mortality by age and sex. The changes of the mortality level and the proportion of the most frequent circulatory diseases are analyzed within the whole group of circulatory diseases. The article also includes
  • cluster analysis based on selected mortality indicators. - (EN)
  • Are cohort mortality rates autocorrelated?
  • Demographic analysis ; Demography ; Model ; Mortality ; Simulation
  • A simple model is used to construct analytic expressions for the covariance of cohort mortality rates at different ages under a number of alternative assumptions about the stochastic process generating shocks in mortality.
  • Mountain gorilla mortality and climatic factors in the Parc national des Volcans, Ruhengeri Prefecture, Rwanda, 1988
  • Biogeography ; Climate ; Mammals ; Mortality ; Mountain ; Precipitation ; Rwanda
  • The AA. see a connection between the high mortality of mountain gorillas in 1988 and a period of heavy precipitation and cooler weather. - (DWG)
  • Factors affecting mortality
  • Adults ; Behaviour ; Demography ; Family ; Infant mortality ; Mortality ; Religious practice ; United States of America
  • Spatial patterns of major mortality causes in Kuwait
  • The spatial patterns of the three major causes of mortality into the two communities : Kuwaitis and non-Kuwaitis. Mortality rates from all causes are higher among Kuwaitis and among males. - (SGA)
  • Assessing neonatal tetanus mortality levels and trends in developing countries with survey data
  • Cause of death ; Demography ; Enquiry ; Mortality ; Neonatal mortality ; Probability ; Tetanus ; Third World
  • The AA. analyze birth history data from 37 national surveys in developing countries to assess the quality of neonatal mortality data and to estimate levels and trends in mortality occurring at 4-14 days. That mortality has declined considerably
  • Medicinskogeograficky pohlad na rozsirenie novotvarov na Slovensku na baze mortality. (A medicogeographical view of the neoplasms distribution in Slovakia on the basis of mortality)
  • Medical geography of neoplasms (above all cancer) in Slovakia on the basis of mortality data according to the districts and selected towns for the period 1960-1974. (MS).
  • Studies of fetal loss, child mortality, and adult mortality
  • Community ; Czech Republic ; Demography ; Health ; Infant mortality ; Mexico ; Mortality ; Multivariate analysis ; United States of America
  • Umrtnost obyvatelstva v CSSR 1980/1981 podle okresu. (Mortality of the Czechoslovak population in 1980/1981, by districts)
  • The demographical study joins the mortality analyses from 1960-1961 for Czechoslovakia and from 1970/1971 for the Czech Socialist Republic, when the rates were elaborated by districts. The present work leans against the first abbreviated mortality
  • tables by districts based on the mortality from the average of the years 1980/1981. The comparisons show that a high or low mortality in particular areas has, as a rule, a long-term character of occurrence. (MS).
  • MORTALITY AND FERTILITY IN ARCTIC COMMUNITIES. GREENLAND, A CASE STUDY
  • Estimating housing mortality with standard loss curves
  • Fertility and mortality estimation from the Panama retrospective demographic survey, 1976
  • Regionalni rozdily v umrtnosti v letech 1980-1981. (Regional differencies of mortality level in 1980-1981)
  • The highest mortality level by regions in Czechoslovakia in 1980/1981 was observed in the North-West part. In South and East territories are the mortality better than the average of the country. In spite of the fact that the purposes are not clear
  • The changing geography of morbidity and mortality in post-communist Poland
  • Disease ; Health ; Mortality ; Poland ; Pollution ; Population
  • Mortality in Warsaw : is there any connection with weather and air pollution ?
  • Cause of death ; Human bioclimatology ; Mortality ; Poland ; Pollution ; Urban climate ; Warsaw
  • City inhabitants are becoming more and more sensitive to weather changes and extreme atmospheric events. According to certain scientific reports, mortality from cardiovascular and respiratory diseases is associated with oppressive weather conditions
  • . In the years 1994-95 a significant rise in mortality was found for Warsaw when particularly hot weather conditions, characteristic of a subtropical air mass, occurred. A synoptic approach in this type of research has been confirmed, and consideration
  • Is your commute killing you? On the mortality risks of long-distance commuting
  • Form of transport ; Journey to work ; Mortality ; Risk ; Social geography ; Sweden ; Time-distance ; Transport ; Woman
  • This article examines the mortality risks of long-distance commuting in Sweden. The results indicate that women who have experienced long-distance commuting face a significantly higher mortality risk compared with women with short commutes to work
  • . A very different picture emerges for men, for whom mortality risks do not seem to be associated with long-distance commuting. Our findings suggest that men and women are subject to different mechanisms regarding the nexus between commuting and mortality.
  • Birth spacing and child mortality in Bangladesh and the Philippines
  • Bangladesh ; Birth control ; Birth spacing ; Demography ; Fertility ; Model ; Mortality ; Philippines ; Survey
  • Spatial patterns of exogenous mortality in Kuwait
  • Cause of death ; Kuwait ; Mortality ; Population ; Regional pathology
  • Review of the research on geographical distribution of disease mortality in Japan, with particular attention to cerebrovascular disease
  • Research on the geographical distribution mortality from cerebrovascular disease in Japan which has been very influencal in promoting associative analysis in medical geography. It is the major stream of medico-geographical research in Japan. - (SGA)
  • A geographical study on regional variations of disease mortality
  • This study attempts to elucidate methods to analyze and clarify regional variations of disease mortality. These variations are analyzed from many sides, various types of diseases in various times and geographical scales. Furthermore, the regional